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Ben Brownlow

Senior Associate

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Ben Brownlow has a broad background in complex commercial litigation, including patent infringement disputes in various technology areas, including network security, digital image processing, big data analytics software, mobile device power management, location-based services, and medical devices. He has significant experience developing and executing litigation strategy, negotiating settlements, and evaluating patent portfolios.

Ben has experience litigating in popular patent venues including WD Tex and ND Cal.

Prior to joining Bunsow De Mory, Ben was an IP litigation attorney with another Bay Area IP litigation boutique.  Ben has additional work experience with several IP consulting firms, where he performed initial portfolio evaluation, infringement analysis, and manage patent infringement litigation on behalf of corporate and individual inventor clients against a multitude of Fortune 500 companies.  Ben also worked in the legal compliance department of an international investment bank, where he provided securities law guidance on a variety of legal issues impacting bank operations.



  • University of North Carolina School of Law, J.D.
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A. Economics, B.A. Management and Society

Bar Admissions:

  • North Carolina

Venue Experience:

  • W.D. Texas
  • N.D. California


Express Mobile, Inc. v. Microsoft Corporation; Facebook Inc.; Salesforce.com Inc. et al. Represented Express Mobile in patent infringement case involving real-time browser-based web site generation systems and methods enabling real-time collaborative editing and optimized presentation on different device types, browsers, and operation systems. (Prior work at a previous firm.)

Certain Digital Set-Top Boxes and Systems and Services Including the Same; Inv. No. 337-TA-1315 (ITC). Represented Complainant, Broadband iTV, Inc., in an ITC investigation involving imported set top boxes employing hierarchically organized video-on-demand (VOD) content menus and templates to generate electronic program guide graphical user interfaces using video content metadata. (Prior work at a previous firm.)

Polaris PowerLED Technologies, LLC v. VIZIO, Inc.; LG Electronics Inc. et al. Represented Polaris in patent infringement case involving systems and methods for automatically adjusting the brightness of a display based on user adjustment and ambient light sensors. (Prior work at a previous firm.)

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